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Clayton Corey

Hi, I’m Clayton, an ITILv4 certified IT Service Management professional and a certified SAFe 5 Agilist with experience in Incident and Problem Management and Service Desk operations. I serve as a Planning & Zoning Commissioner for the town of Fountain Hills, Arizona, and enjoy volunteering as a board member for nonprofit organizations in my community.

  • Incident and Problem Management – 8 Years 100% 100%
  • Service Desk Operations – 5 Years 90% 90%
  • Workforce Management – 5 Years 90% 90%
  • Business Continuity Planning – 3 Years 50% 50%
  • Vulnerability Management – 2 Years 40% 40%


ITIL® v4 Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management
Certificate number: GR671215866CC

ITIL® Intermediate Certificate in IT Service Strategy
Certificate number: GR751053808CC

Active Volunteering

Commissioner, Planning and Zoning, Town of Fountain Hills

The Town of Fountain Hills Planning and Zoning Commission is made up of seven members that are appointed by the Town Council for three-year terms. At their regular meetings Commissioners discuss, propose or take legal action with respect to zoning issues and related applications. The Commissioner’s authority is found in State Law, Town Code, Zoning Ordinance, and the Commission’s Rules of Parliamentary Procedure.

Board, Fountain Hills Community Foundation

The Fountain Hills Community Foundation is a 501 (C)(3), investing in nonprofit organizations whose work improves the lives of our youth, seniors, families and community. FHCF works with nonprofit organizations as a partner, helping them to identify problems, find solutions, and become continually stronger and more effective. Read More.

Board, International Dark Sky Discovery Center

A multi-functional unique facility focused on dark sky preservation as a portal to better understanding astronomy, the space program, the universe, and life on earth. The approach, using science-based education and interactive experiences, will establish the IDSDC as an international centerpiece for supporting the growing worldwide interest in how dark skies relate to the exploration of the cosmos, archeoastronomy, and the well-being of humans, plants, and animals. Children and adults alike will be introduced to and awed by the wonders of the universe. The privately-funded, non-profit $18 million IDSDC will be located in Fountain Hills, Arizona and will fulfill its education mission by supporting STEM programs and fostering partnerships with Arizona State University, area community colleges, and high schools. The facility will offer programs and experiences that will inspire, educate, and stir imaginations. Additionally, it will address the rapidly growing interest in astrotourism, thus serving as an educational and experiential attraction for Arizona and beyond. Read More.

Board, Fountain Hills Dark Sky Association

The Fountain Hills Dark Sky Association is dedicated to educating the community about the advantages of smart lighting and protecting our unique dark sky. With your help, light pollution and light trespass can be minimized so that we and future generations can enjoy the wonders of the nighttime universe. Read More.

Board, Fountain Hills Cultural and Civic Association

A platform for many entities in Fountain Hills to exist. Our member organizations and programs receive banking and accounting services, 501(c)3 non-profit status, insurance, website services, marketing campaigns, and organizational guidance as needed. For some smaller groups, this makes all the difference when it comes to their ability to do what they do. Read More.

Past Volunteering

President, Fountain Hills Leadership Academy (2018-2019)

This comprehensive experience, sponsored by the Fountain Hills Cultural and Civic Association, is designed to develop better-informed citizens. The eight-week course is an intense immersion into the town’s governmental processes, civic and community services, public safety, and environmental management. Along the way, participants will meet community leaders and share ideas about the future of Fountain Hills. Classes take place each year from September through November. Read More.

Board, Fountain Hills Sister Cities Corporation (2018-2020)

The Fountain Hills Sister Cities Corp is a community-based 501(c)3 organization providing opportunities for the people of our area to develop relationships through volunteers who reach out to interact with citizens of our Sister Cities. We seek to achieve international understanding, cultural sensitivities, humanitarian efforts and encourage trade and tourism. This is accomplished through cultural and student exchanges, educational pro-grams and community events. Read More.

Committee, Human Rights Campaign - Arizona (2019-2020)

The Human Rights Campaign envisions a world where every member of the LGBTQ family has the freedom to live their truth without fear, and with equality under the law. We empower our 3 million members and supporters to mobilize against attacks on the most marginalized people in our community.